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The Safe Schools Scandal: Sex Change Story Books aimed at 5 year old kids.

August 16, 2016

The Safe Schools Scandal:Sex Change Story Books aimed at 5 year old kids.

If ever there was a news story that I wish was not true the this would be it.


The story published in The Australian News Paper has revealed that a Flinders University research team has recommended that the Safe Schools program be rolled out to South Australian primary schools.

Children as young as 5 have already been given story books introducing concepts ranging from cross-dressing to gender reassignment surgery, as part of a university study being used to advocate for the expansion of the Safe Schools program into primary schools.

One of the books called ‘My New Daddy’ written by LGBTI rights activist, Lilly Mossiano, has a young boy who is told by his mother that “nature made a mistake” and “she should’ve been born a boy like him”.

An experimental class was trialled on 21 students with the approval of Flinders University came out with some strange results.

The report details some of the children’s ­reactions to the stories, which ranged from “he wants to wear a dress like girls so he said ‘I wanna be a girl’” to “I liked the story because the mum turned into a boy”.

Other students were confused about the subject matter.


Editorial Comment:

When the Soviet Union brainwashes children it was rightly called a crime against humanity.

Yet when warped ideologues pushing the LGBT agenda brainwashes children it is called an Anti-Bullying Program.

I am taken aback at how such deviously deviants were allowed to have so much power.


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